The DESTRUCTIVE man
The destructive man requires external stimuli to feel alive.
He is emotionally dead and without the world of objects and other people his life is nothing.
He is deeply addicted to stimuli which fills his psychic abyss. He cannot be still or alone.
He is a shell addicted to fashion, conforming to be accepted. In his world image and appearance is everything. His experiences are banal and casual.
He performs and mimics, but abuses trust, sexuality and beauty. What he cannot own or control he fears.
He seeks a cause and master to avoid responsibility. If his desires are thwarted, he becomes agitated, depressed and aggressive.
He is competitive and pathologically reliant on approval. He is expert at manipulation and is hypocritical and immoral.
Other people, especially those with inherent power and creativity, are his prey. He feels a sense of greatness from their loss and failures.
He is the enemy of true creativity, independence and selfhood. Nothing is sacred to him except his image, external success, possessions and his catalog of dominance.